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Featuring recipes that pack a punch
Take pepper seeds with a grain of salt
Pizza and beer have never been so happy together
A summer recipe that can be your antipasto, side, main, or pasta sauce.
A fuss-free way to remove the seeds from hot peppers without hurting yourself.
The sauce that’ll make your barbecues sing is only four simple steps away.
The first basil, tomatoes, and pardon peppers mean playtime in the kitchen.
Don't throw shade at nightshades.
Chef Lisa remembers some of her mother's most memorable kitchen creations—including a baked purse and pepper jelly.
Save the slicing and dicing for the dinner table -- tonight, it's all about the sizzle.
Roasted red peppers with a million anchovies, and a reminder to cook what you want.
Let yourself be seduced by this spicy, slow-cooked chicken dinner.
Meet Spain's answer to Ratatouille.
Throw one last summer dinner party, grill and all -- with smoky, fresh tomato sauce and bright tuna steaks.
You picked so many peppers, you should be called Peter Piper. Learn how to use them, starting with Yotam Ottolenghi's marinated pepper salad.
Read about a hot sauce that isn't just about heat.
Maximize your capsicums.
You don't even have to know the rules of the game to enjoy the year's biggest day in football -- at least not when Molly Yeh's game-changing, Cheeto-crusted, bacon-stuffed jalapeño poppers are involved.
Your new 5-ingredient condiment, and how to put it almost everywhere.
Amanda faces the eternal lunchtime dilemma—salad or sandwich?—and comes away with a little bit of each.
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